We went for lunch on a Sunday at Sjohuset Skagen - a restaurant on the first, second and third floors of a historic building located right on the quayside. The decor is very rustic with old brickwork, wooden beams and wooden staircases.
They offer a two course set menu which includes coffee - either mussels or spare ribs as main course and either strawberries and ice-cream or plum soup as dessert for Kr 275.
One chose the set menu opting for mussels followed by strawberries and ice-cream. The other chose the peppered salmon which came with potatoes and vegetables off the menu for Kr 235. All dishes were very good.
Eating out is not cheap in Norway however for these prices we consider this meal very reasonably priced.
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